5 Best Hair Dyes for at Home Coloring


by Mary Wolff

Changing your hair color is one of the easiest ways to get a fresh, new look. With natural hair, you have to be careful about which products you use when taking a DIY approach. You can’t use just any hair color product and hope for the best! Here are a few of the best hair colors for at home coloring.

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How to Get the Perfect Shade of Blonde For Natural Hair

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by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org

Whether you are a fan or not, Naturals are rocking blonde hair with some serious #blackgirlmagic. As the saying goes, Blondes have more fun, but when a natural decides to go blonde, she is doing more than changing her life. She’s changing her hair health!

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Dye Without the Cry: Healthier Options to Color Your Natural Hair

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by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

Purple weaves, blue braids, pink buns, orange puffs--sometimes you just need a change. But whether you want to go Beyoncé blonde or Faith Evans red, coloring your hair can have risks.

Popular hair dyes can contain Quaternium-15, which is found in many cosmetics and industrial substances and can release formaldehyde and also cause contact dermatitis, a symptom of an allergic reaction, especially in those with sensitive skin; Alkylphenol ethoxylates (APEs), which are in used in manufacturing antioxidants, lubricating oil additives, laundry and dish detergents, and may be hormone disruptors; and Phenylenediamine (PPD), which is used in rubber chemicals, textile dyes and pigments, and can be a skin and respiratory irritant.

From all over color to a few highlights, here are the healthiest ways to color your natural hair.

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NEW Product: Color Gray Hair & Restore Pigment Without Chemicals!

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by Ariane of BlackNaps.org

No, it’s not henna, indigo or a tea rinse. It’s a brand new product called Hairprint that may revolutionize hair coloring by restoring your hair’s natural pigment by utilizing your own body’s internal chemistry.

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The Secret to Maintaining Bleached and Colored Hair


by Devri

I'm Jasmine, a 22-year-old from Philadelphia, Pa and recent Temple grad working towards a career in psychology. Like many other women, I was given relaxers as a young girl and for a while, I didn't know much better. However, once I finished high school, I decided that I wanted to embrace my individuality and dye my hair crazy colors! I knew that in order to achieve colorful, yet healthy hair, I would have to quit getting relaxers. That was four years ago and I am still loving my natural hair today!

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Hair Color 101

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The art hair of color has been used to alter a person’s appearance for centuries. The Ancient Egyptians were among the first to alter their hair color using vegetable dyes and hennas. Hair color can help us make a fashion statement. You can choose to be bold and daring like Rihanna and wear a vivid red hair color or you may choose to warm your look up with an exotic dark brown hair color, like Jennifer Lopez.

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